Thursday, July 4, 2013

"Is God Trying to Warn Us?"

When you blog about prophecy, people send you every freaky thing you can imagine. If we can’t verify it—-we don’t touch it. This week one of our sources sent us something particularly weird, a video showing blood red bodies of water around the globe.

Our first thought? Photoshop. Only it wasn't. This time it turned out to be true: The world is seeing a whole lot of red these days. Red rivers, red lakes, red waterfalls, red streams, red ponds, and red reservoirs. And it’s been happening everywhere with regularity for several years now.

India and Sri Lanka stunned meteorologists when rare red rain showers fell for over 15 minutes. Tourists in Australia were treated to a sight resembling a horror flick when the water at several popular beaches transformed into apparent blood. Pink snow shrouded the ground in Russia and red frost fouled the plants in Sewanagala.

And that’s not all, folks.

Starting in 2011, we were able to verify:
o   December 17—Jian River in China—turned red
o   February 16—Lebanon’s Beirut River—turned blood red
o   June 3—200 tons of sardines died in Ohara, Japan as a result of—you guessed it—the sea turning crimson
o   July 29—Azou Sea in Russia/Ukraine—turned red
o   August 10—The Camargue in the Rhone Delta—went a hideous tomato soup color
o   August 4—Lake Retba in Senegal—went red
o   September 7—Yangtze River in China—flowed blood red

In 2012:
o   Alaska
o   Antarctica
o   Australia
o   Bulgaria
o   Canadian Rockies
o   China
o   Iran
o   Iraq
o   Memphis, Tennessee
o   Ohio
o   Texas
…all reported the strange phenomenon of blood red waters and lots of dead fish. 

We know what you’re thinking: Doesn’t the Bible say something about turning water into blood?

Why, yes it does. The 2nd and 3rd “Bowl Judgments” in the Book of Revelation says:
“Then the 2nd angel poured out his bowl on the sea and it became blood as of a dead man; and…every living creature in the sea died” (Rev. 16:3).

“Then the 3rd angel poured out his bowl on the rivers, and springs of water, and they became blood” (Rev. 16:4).

So, is all this red water a fulfillment of Bible prophecy as some claim?

Nope. These prophecies will not be fulfilled until the 7 years of tribulation begins after the church age is over. The most likely causes of this red water phenomenon are: man-made pollutants, algae, dye, zoo-plankton blooms (red tide), or some other less-than-supernatural cause.

Could God be trying to remind the world that life on this planet, as we now know it, won’t last forever?

We think it’s possible. One spin around the internet in regards to this growing spectacle will tell you people are jumping to that conclusion. After all, God frequently uses “natural” phenomena to get our attention. To see for yourself, click here:

A wise man once said: “God gives us loving warnings in His Word to protect and preserve us”—Dennis Fisher, Our Daily Bread

“And behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to give to every one according to his work” (Rev. 22:12).


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1 comment:

  1. Sign of the Times. Very interesting. I appreciate your blog.- B. Hilton


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